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Had my first meeting indoors today and waz running my brand new serpent ,the problem I had it over heated mainly I think because when I lifted off the throttle the car stopped dead . Your help wud be appreciated thanks
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hi Washy,

Check your front wheels. When the wheel nut is tightened, it can cause some binding with the bearings in the hub.
There is an 'update' from serpent which includes some new shims to prevent this happening. Tony Evdoka at serpent UK/rude bits Erik be able to help you out.
Hope this helps!?
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Hi yah

Guy is spot on - there is a shim update just released - please get in touch at tony@rudebits.net or your local store you purchased the kit from

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hi Washy,

Check your front wheels. When the wheel nut is tightened, it can cause some binding with the bearings in the hub.
There is an 'update' from serpent which includes some new shims to prevent this happening. Tony Evdoka at serpent UK/rude bits Erik be able to help you out.
Hope this helps!?
Guy.
Yep thanks bud after a lot of searching it waz from the front hubs
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